Taylor Swift may never walk down Cornelia Street again, but wealthy buyers will if they own the pop star’s modest fortune.

Swift’s famous rented residence at 23 Cornelia Street in Manhattan’s West Village is for sale with prices starting at $18 million, according to the Wall Street Journal ReportSwift does not own the home, and the seller is unknown, except that she is an Italian investor.

Built in 1970, the townhouse is 21 feet wide and covers 5,400 square feet. There are four bedrooms, five bathrooms, two powder rooms, an eat-in kitchen, an indoor pool, three gas fireplaces, and hardwood floors.

For some, however, the most important detail is the connection to Swift. She rented the home in 2016 for $38,000 a month while she was working on her Tribeca pad. Swift went on to release “Cornelia Street,” on her 2019 album Lover, long seen as a love song to then-boyfriend Joe Alwyn.

In recent months, however, Swift and Alwyn have parted ways. Meanwhile, Swift has been in the news for everything from music releases to her vaunted Eras Tour, which could be a boon to the Cornelia Street seller, who said the song helped increase the value of the property.

Swift connections may not be enough to motivate sellers, according to brokers Talk to Curbed About listing. It might even be a distraction for anyone who worries about a flood of Swifties snapping house photos on any given day.

The house, which was recently used as a showroom for Italian furniture company Zanotta, was rented out for $45,000 until the fall. The seller is willing to rent out the property again; she bought it in 2019 for $11.5 million, though it was owned by Soho House executive David Aldea during Swift’s lifetime.

Lawrence Carty of Cochrane holding listedand colleagues Irene Lo and Jennifer Rahilly.

Swift is still riding high on her tour, which will continue to tour the country in late summer. On Friday, she released a deluxe edition of her latest record, “Midnights,” which includes a track remixed with Ice Spice and a song that’s more Lana Del Rey than the original.

Even if Swift never returns to the Cornelia Street townhouse, she still has a real estate portfolio made of anyone’s wildest dreams. The US residential portfolio exceeds $150 million and includes homes in Beverly Hills, Nashville and Rhode Island.

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